PR/Social Media Blog Post

This can be anything related to or involving public relations or social media. Pretty much all topics under the PR/Social Media umbrella are free game here. If you have a concern about content, please ask me before posting. My wish here is that you actively engaging yourself in the thought process of PR and social media and then critically analyzing those domains. You will not be getting credit for simply regurgitating what others have said. In other words, don’t give me a paragraph about how company X came out with Y product. BORING…. If it helps, do a SWOT analysis of it for a more complete blog.

A reminder any source you use to inform your blog post needs to be cited and linked to your blog to avoid plagiarism. Please read through the rubric before completing the assignment. Please submit in a word document.

Writing Style Appropriate tone and used inverted pyramid style
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Brevity
Concise and brief, kept within the recommended 150-200 words
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Searchable
At the bottom of the blog post on the word document put keywords. Example- Keywords: Facebook, Ads, School Levy, Elida, Voting
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Photos/Visuals
Included some visual within your document. Included attribution of the source of the photo, especially if they are not your photos
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Scannable
Used boldface, italics and/or color to highlight names of people ad other key bits of information. Avoided underlines.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Attribution
Cited sources. Made it clear to readers when you provided an opinion and/or indicated whose opinion it was. Hyperlinked information when appropriate
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Headline/Title of Post
Descriptive, memorable and readable
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome AP Style Writing
AP Style followed with no more than one AP Style or grammar error in piece. Rules of grammar, usage and punctuation are followed. Language is clear and precise; excellent sentence structure.